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naive
used in Main Street

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Definition
lacking experience or sophistication, and the understanding that comes from them — often too trusting or optimistic
  • She was young, naive, stimulated by the coolness.
    Chapter 2 (5% in)
  • If she was the naive girl, Guy Pollock was the clumsy boy.
    Chapter 13 (92% in)
  • Carol was an amusing, naive, curiously learned child.
    Chapter 21 (32% in)
  • She was humbled by his humility; she put away in her mind, to take out and worry over later, a speculation as to whether it was not she who was naive.
    Chapter 29 (13% in)

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